TEAM Cycling & Fitness is with you every pedal stroke you take.
TEAM Cycling & Fitness values and appreciates all of our customers. Our goal is to to make shopping for a bike easy and be at your side for all of your cycling needs for the life of the bike. When you leave our doors with a new bike, you have found a lifelong ally for all of your cycling needs.
Our Core Values
TEAM Cycling & Fitness New Bicycle Service Policies
Standard free service with every* bicycle includes:
- Crank adjustment
- Hub adjustment
- Brake adjustments
- Gear adjustments
- Headset adjustments
Bicycles $300.00 to $499.99 = 1 year Basic Tune-ups
Bicycles $500.00 to $1,999.99 = 2 year Basic Tune-ups
Pavement bicycles $2000+ get LIFETIME Basic Tune-ups, PLUS free labor for installing tires and tubes purchased from TEAM Cycling & Fitness.
* All off-road bikes over $2000 receive 2 years service only.
* Free Basic Tune-ups applies only to regular priced bicycles. Closeout bicycles are not included and will have service specified with sale price.
* All bikes come with a free basic fit.
* All accessories purchased with a new bike are installed at no charge.
Value and Appreciation Statement
TEAM Cycling & Fitness VALUES and APPRECIATES all of our customers. Our goal is to make and keep you 100% satisfied with all of your visits.
We help educate and teach our customers about cycling safety and minor maintenance with FREE clinics.
TEAM Cycling & Fitness supports many cycling and charity events throughout the year with our repair services FREE of charge. We do this to make these events possible. It makes the event more fun, safe and enjoyable for your fellow riders and you.
We competitively price our bicycle parts, accessories and labor so we can give you quality products and the professional services you deserve.
We, in return, hope that our customers will VALUE and APPRECIATE us. Just like your job and any other business, it takes training, time and tools. That is why we have to charge for our services.
Ask yourself, do department stores, online stores and mail order places do this? Can they fix your bicycle's problems? Do they have the professional tools, knowledge, and experience? Do they support your local cycling communities?